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Thrombosis

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Thrombosis

  1. 1. 18/11/1435 Thrombosis Created by Yasser Abd elmonium Ibrahim
  2. 2. 18/11/1435 Thrombosis  Definition:-  Thrombosis occurs when an imbalance in blood coagulation system causes a blood clot or thrombus to form.when athrombus blooks the flow of blood through avein or artery.it poses aserious health risk including venous thrombosis(VTE) and deep vein thrombosis(DVT) .the thrombus can also detach from blood vassels wall to form life threating pulmonary embolism(PE) when it lodges in the lung.
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  10. 10. 18/11/1435 Risk Thrombosis Haemostasis Phathophysiology Thromotic Disease Diagonosis Treatment
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  17. 17. 18/11/1435 Haemostasis Coagulation Cascade Phathophysiology
  18. 18. 18/11/1435 Haemostasis  The normal response that prevents significant blood loss following vascular injury called Haemostasis.  Blood clot formation or haemostsis depends on intricate series of events involving platelets,other cells and activation of specific blood protiens known as coagulantion factors.

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